I have some random thoughts to share with you:
They are just little ones and not too trite:
That everything you'd have your husband do;
Will ne'er be goaded from him by a fight.
A lazy, snoring man can be your friend,
When rightly fed and tucked away to sleep,
Just place a pillow o'er his noisy head,
Thus tired wifehood's sanity may keep.
And when he grumbles, farts, and doesn't shave,
Be merry; buy a collar for your lad,
Encourage him to play "mistress and slave",
And lock him in the basement when he's bad.
Yes, these devices all good wives should know,
That matrimony's loving bond may grow.
George Chadderdon © 1995